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Places to Visit in Warnemunde

Warnemünde Lighthouse

This lighthouse was built in 1897 and is still in use today. Visitors can climb to the top of the 40m (135ft) high tower and get a wonderful view over the Baltic Sea and the Northern districts of Rostock.

Teepott (Teapot)

Located on the seafront near to the lighthouse, this building with its curved roof is an interesting example of East German architecture. It's home to a selection of restaurants and a sea voyage exhibition.

Warnemünde Local History Museum

Housed in a fisherman's cottage that was built in the 1700s, the museum features exhibits on fishing and seafaring in the 19th century, and tells the story of how Warnemünde transformed into a seaside resort.

Bad Doberan Monastery

An example of Northern German brick architecture which was founded more than 800 years ago by Cistercian monks. The monastery sits 15 miles from Warnemünde and features a richly furnished interior, ancient altars and burial chapels.

Cultural History Museum

This Rostock museum is located within the medieval walls of the Convent of the Holy Cross. It houses priceless medieval art, including the altar of the 3 kings, military decorations, cannons and a collection of clocks from the 17th to the 20th century.


Warnemünde’s sandy beaches are the largest on the German coast and are about 3 kilometres (2 miles) long. Hire a Strandkorb for the day, an old fashioned wicker basket chair, complete with cushion, foot rest, and pull down hood.


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